Silicon Valley Professional Liability Lawyers
Vigorous Professional Liability Litigation
In any licensed profession, questions about negligence can lead to a loss of license, a damaged reputation and an expensive judgment in a lawsuit.
At the Hayes Scott Bonino Ellingson Guslani Simonson & Clause, LLP, law firm in San Carlos City, we have the litigation experience to vigorously defend professionals or negotiate an equitable resolution to professional liability lawsuits. Talk to our San Francisco miscellaneous professional liability attorneys.
We represent insurance companies involved in claims and lawsuit litigation for all types of professional liability, including:
- Corporate directors, board members and executives
- Licensed real estate agents and brokers
- Lawyers and paralegals
- Certified public accountants, tax preparers and licensed financial advisors
- Pension plan administrators
- Licensed insurance agents and brokers
- Licensed nursing home administrators and management
- Licensed medical professionals, home and health care providers
Whether we are called into a case at the start or just days before trial, the lawyers at Hayes Scott Bonino Ellingson Guslani Simonson & Clause, LLP have the necessary skills to present an effective case. We respond quickly when our clients need help.
We Don’t Let Litigation Costs Run Away With Your Case
Claims litigation against licensed professionals is often extremely expensive. We do not push forward to trial, just to make a point. We continuously run cost-benefit analysis so you can make a sound financial decision about the outcome of a settlement or taking your case to court. We make every effort to work toward a solution that will minimize the financial damages and legal costs.
Get the Experience it Takes For Results
Engineer liability, broker negligence, architect design errors — whatever the case, we have the experience it takes to bring together the evidence and negotiate or litigate a case with the goal of minimal or no damage. Contact us to discuss a professional liability case.